As the week went on for the Detroit Lions, left tackle Taylor Decker was looking less and less likely to play Sunday against the Seattle Seahawks. A doubtful listing on Friday's injury report was enough to drive the idea he would not play, then he was officially ruled out on Saturday.
We also knew cornerback Emmanuel Moseley would miss another game this week, delaying his Lions' debut for at least one more week as he added a hamstring issue to his recovery from a torn ACL. He was declared out on on Friday's injury report.
Defensive end Josh Paschal (knee) and cornerback Khalil Dorsey (illness) were listed as out on Friday, but then they were both placed on IR on Saturday. In corresponding moves, cornerback Chase Lucas was signed to the 53-man roster and offensive lineman Kayode Awosika was elevated from the practice squad to the active roster for Sunday's game.
To be updated when they all become official, here are the Lions' players who will be inactive for Sunday's game against the Seahawks.
Detroit Lions' inactives for Week 2 vs. Seattle Seahawks
LT Taylor Decker
CB Emmanuel Moseley
DL Isaiah Buggs
DL Brodric Martin
CB Steven Gilmore
Buggs and Martin are healthy scratches for a second straight week, along the the undrafted rookie Gilmore. After being inactive Week 1, edge rusher Romeo Okwara will suit up on Sunday.
And for the Seahawks, here are their inactive players for Sunday's game.
LT Charles Cross
S Jamal Adams
ILB Devin Bush
DE Mike Morris
OLB Boye Mafe
OG McLendon Curtis
OG Ben Brown